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Dan John Miller

Dan John Miller is a musician as well as an actor. Based in Detroit, he fronted the seminal country punk band Goober & the Peas, as well as Two Star Tabernacle with his wife, Tracee Mae Miller, in the 1990s. The Millers then formed their current band, Blanche, a gothic-country/garage-rock group whose critically acclaimed debut "If We Can't Trust ... See full bio »
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 2015 Not Well (post-production)
 2014/II Eloise (post-production)
The Patient
 2013 Cinnamon Girl: California Dreamin' (TV Movie)
Bill Cole
 2012 The Assassination of Chicago's Mayor (Short)
Assistant Chief Kipley
 2011 The Vanishing Point (Short)
 2010 Alleged
Mr. Shelton
 2009 My One and Only
Car Salesman #1
 2007 Mr. Woodcock
Family Man
 1994 Murder Too Sweet
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 2010 Alleged (performer: "The End Is A Beginning") / (writer: "The End Is A Beginning")
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 2008 Johnny Cash's America (Documentary)
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 2009 It Came from Detroit (Documentary)
 2003 Irene's Last Call (Documentary)

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6' 3" (1.91 m)

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Has played a priest 3 different times: in the film "Murder Too Sweet", in a music video for The White Stripes, "Hotel Yorba" that he co-directed, and in the film "Redemption."

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